Ooni of Ife’s former wife, Oloori Wuraola speaks on why “Marriage Isn’t Definitive Qualifier of Women”

Wuraola in Lebanon

Currently in Beirut, Lebanon, Queen Zeynab Otiti revealed that she merited whatever she has attained globally, not as Olori Ogunwusi but as Zeynab Otiti.
The beautiful queen has been busy pursuing global support for the advancement of relations between the Arab world and Africa.
The former wife of Oba Adeyeye Ogunwusi, who has been getting international recognition for her non profit organization posted on Instagram her recent activities in Lebanon.
She wrote:

“Last week, the Government of Lebanon officially joined to support her organization- The Arab-African Economic Development Initiative. The Queen officially began her partnership with Lebanon through the Governor of Beirut, Justice Ziad Chebib. During her visit to Beirut last week, they discussed ways to established initiatives of culture meet culture to improve economic growth. With a large community of Lebanese citizens residing in Nigeria and the long history shared it is imperative to create sustainable initiatives to improve relations and create jobs.
The Middle East and Africa have a long and sometimes sordid history that hasn’t quite worked to a reasonable advantage of both parties. This partnership will create new economic opportunities that both continents can explore through cultural exchanges, breaking of social barriers and business opportunities for African citizens. More details on job availability to be announced shortly.” Then, one of her followers made an observation:
“Although I admire @hhzaynab I often wonder the platform she uses to enter these bilateral relationships with foreign nations and the validity of the agreements.
A smart queen responded:
“Thank you for asking. The platform is that of my own accord. An organization founded by me. Contrary to popular opinion, marriage is not the definitive qualifier of women. We have our voice and our own agendas and it has always been my mission to make this world a better place than I found it. My accomplishments speak for themselves. Through hard work and God’s grace, I have a strong network of world leaders and global influencers that are invested in creating platforms for stronger humanitarian efforts and implementing policies for the advancement of women and children.”

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